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Rep. Ross moves Hot Springs office
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Rep. Ross moves Hot Springs office

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Congressman Mike Ross of Prescott announced his Hot Springs office has moved to the Federal Building in downtown Hot Springs National Park and invited the public to use his office as a resource.

“This is not my office, it’s your office.  It is here to serve you and to help you cut through the red tape of the federal government to get the help you need,” said Ross.  “One of the most important parts of my job is taking care of people, many of whom have nowhere else to turn, and that’s exactly what we will continue to do in this new location.  Whether you are dealing with a federal agency, having trouble getting your Social Security or VA benefits or if you’re a student looking to apply to a U.S. Service Academy, we are here to help you.  This move has been planned for months and we are pleased to work alongside other federal offices and agencies in the Federal Building, all of which are here to serve the people of Hot Springs and Arkansas.”

All mail correspondence should be sent to Office of U.S. Congressman Mike Ross, Hot Springs Federal Building, 100 Reserve Street, Suite 307, Hot Springs National Park, AR  71901.  The phone number (501) 520-5892 and the fax number (501) 520-5873 will remain the same.  Residents may also contact Congressman Ross online at ross.house.gov.  The office is open to the public between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for federal holidays.  As always, Ross says no appointment is ever needed.

In addition to his Washington, D.C., office, Ross also has congressional offices in El Dorado, Pine Bluff and Prescott.  Addresses and phone numbers for each office can be located online at ross.house.gov or by calling toll free 1-800-223-2220.

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